- Sep 12, 2010
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My point was simply that however you look at it, the Fauj has become a problem, either due to institutional complicity in criminal and treasonous actions OR as a rogue, fragmented institution where the top leadership has no control.
Never in a million years I would have believed the latter to be true.
Sure, there are some one off incidents and ISI is sometimes acting very independently, but from this interview it seems it was a free for all!
But this interview was honestly shocking to me. But I think it's more Big B trying to save his ***.
Bro it just shows these guys have main character syndrome
I don't know any other country whose former intelligence chiefs and retired generals are constantly in the media limelight even after they have retired. Most of them just live their private lives. We didn't see this with Musharraf and now Bajwa, both are/were massively attention seeking.
Kayani was the most honorable person post retirement.
Sahi hai paisa khaya bhai ko bhi khilaya, but he wasn't a loose cannon like this.